Mason Bond is rarely on the ground so he has to make those opportunities count. Maxxis and Pivot Cycles sponsored rider Mason Bond is seen here pushing the Pivot Switchblade 29er and Maxxis Shorty 2.5WT to the limit. Rider: Mason Bond Team: Pivot-Reynolds Enduro Age: 24 Location: Grass Valley, CA Riding style: Fluid, stylish, and
Maxxis just keeps cranking out the hits, and right now the emphasis is on Wide Trail, that perfect tire size that blends the low rolling resistance of “normal” size rubber with the tank-like traction that comes with a little extra girth. Here’s PR man extraordinaire Bobby Brown breaking it all down. Video: Maxxis Rekon 2.4,
We’ve plucked the MTB goods out of the Maxxis Eurobike catalog so you can easily see which tires suit your needs best. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/Mq7qzwo1xMs/The-Complete-2018-Maxxis-Mountain-Bike-Tires-Guide,1928 by widhibek Interested in Folding mountain bikes, continue reading here.
When Maxxis announced offerings of some of their current treads in 2.6″, I was like whaaa?! I was excited. Earlier this year, the 2.6″ Maxxis Forekaster won me over for its proficient, playful, and predictable mannerisms. In fact, the Forekaster is going right back on (as a rear) for the summer. Needless to say, I was more
Maxxis is constantly adding new rubber to its expansive mountain bike tire line-up, which ranges from studded fat bike tires to fast rolling XC offerings. Let’s start with what we know about Maxxis. Within mountain bike circles the Taiwanese tire maker has a rock solid reputation, especially among the trail, all-mountain, and downhill crowds where
The Minion DHF profile is seen here with a 40mm internal rim. Minion DHF and DHR II’s in 27.5×2.8 We’ve been riding our Maxxis 2.8 Minion DHR/DHF II’s and HighRoller II’s now and could not be more pleased. Traction has been unbelievable and they’ve been durable as well with zero flats and cuts even after
Maxxis Minion DHFs have substantial side knobs. Plus bikes are one of the key growth areas of our sport, as riders discover bigger tire volumes and lower air pressures. But most of the available Plus tires thus far have very small cornering side knobs. Until now that is. Maxxis has just sent us the 2.8”